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The Galway Review 2, an anthology featuring an array of Galway writers, will be officially launched as part of the Cúirt festival.
FROM CRIME on Galway city streets to violence in trenches of WWI, the dark side of human nature is explored by 30 Galway writers in a major new short story collection.
The Kenny Bookshop and Art Gallery will celebrate its 70th years in business this Saturday with a major event to celebrate Irish language books.
The Kenny Bookshop was founded in 1940 by Des and Maureen Kenny in the family home in High Street but nobody envisaged that 70 years later the family business would still be going stong and be a recognised ‘brand name’ across the globe.
For 25 years, the Kenny Bookshop and Gallery in High Street/Middle Street was not just the city’s leading bookshop and gallery, it was an iconic structure. It was a place of good business and good shopping, a meeting point for writers and artists, and a venue that brought the arts directly to Galwegians.